Planning in the problem-based classroom, 1st Australian ed.

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Martin, David. 2019. "Planning in the problem-based classroom, 1st Australian ed." Van de Walle, John, Karp, Karen, Bay-Williams, Jennifer M., Brass, Amy, Bentley, Brendan, Ferguson, Sue, Goff, Wendy, Livy, Sharyn, Marshman, Margaret, Martin, David, Pearn, Cath, Prodromou, Theodosia, Symons, Duncan and Wilkie, Karina (ed.) Primary and Middle Years Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally.. Melbourne, Victoria. Pearson Australia Group. pp. 60-86
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Planning in the problem-based classroom, 1st Australian ed.

Book Chapter CategoryTextbook (chapter)
ERA Publisher ID2896
Book TitlePrimary and Middle Years Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally.
Authors
AuthorMartin, David
EditorsVan de Walle, John, Karp, Karen, Bay-Williams, Jennifer M., Brass, Amy, Bentley, Brendan, Ferguson, Sue, Goff, Wendy, Livy, Sharyn, Marshman, Margaret, Martin, David, Pearn, Cath, Prodromou, Theodosia, Symons, Duncan and Wilkie, Karina
Page Range60-86
Chapter Number4
Number of Pages27
Year2019
PublisherPearson Australia Group
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Victoria
ISBN9781488615627
9781488620546
Web Address (URL)https://www.pearson.com.au/9781488620546
Abstract

Designing an inquiry-based lesson that engages students in problem solving looks quite different from a traditional lesson that follows an ‘explain, then practice’ pattern. The proficiency strands of problem-solving, reasoning and understanding not developed in a lecture-style lesson. In contrast, in classrooms where learning is assumed to be a complex process and where inquiry and problem solving are emphasised, lessons make use of worthwhile tasks that challenge students’ thinking and involve them in communicating and justifying their ideas. Preparing a lesson shifts from preparing an agenda of what will happen to creating a ‘thought experiment’ to consider what might happen (Davis, Sumara, & Luce-Kapler, 2008). The three-phase lesson format discussed in this chapter and the process for preparing such a lesson are intended to support the creation of lessons that support mathematical inquiry.

Keywordsprimary school teaching; middle years teaching; mathematics; problem-solving; inquiry-based lessons
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390109. Mathematics and numeracy curriculum and pedagogy
Byline AffiliationsSchool of Education
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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